Hard to believe that it’s nearly Thanksgiving (US). Where has the year gone? Since I may go “quiet” here for the next few days, I’d like to list some of the things I’m thankful for.
First, the usual:
Without any of these, I would not be where I am today.
Next, the more contemplative ones 🙂
I am so grateful to be living in the rural country now instead of the city. Here, my anxiety level has dropped dramatically, and I feel that my life has been more enriched and healthier. I love seeing my son reveling in the freedom to play outside and not worry about various dangers.
Here I can immerse myself in nature and the seasons which all fertilize my imagination, and allow me to create more abundantly. No booming rap music next door. No noisy traffic outside our front door. No fighting neighbors over POA regulations. Just peace and quiet.
My struggles fuel my writing. They enable me to be a more compassionate and empathetic person. To be more thoughtful of others. They also help in creating more realistic characters.
In other words,
The next chapter of the interactive story will post on Friday!